Jim Himes

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Connecticut’s representatives to the U.S House are preparing for their 2018 re-election by raising funds now.

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Congressman Jim Himes, D-CT4, spoke at a town hall meeting in Westport last week. He urged residents of his district to remain hopeful about America despite the current political climate in Washington.

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Two members of Connecticut’s Congressional delegation say they are encouraged by the turnout at their town halls. The Democrats say it shows their constituents are engaged with what’s going on in Washington.

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Congressman Jim Himes, D-CT4, says he’s concerned about WikiLeaks’ publication of thousands of alleged secret files on CIA hacking tools.

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Two congressmen from opposite sides of Long Island Sound are taking opposite positions on President Donald Trump’s executive order on immigration.

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